Tehran (3n) – Kashan (2n) – Aqda (2n) – Yazd (3n) – Kerman (3n) – Shiraz (3n) – Esfahan (3n)- Tehran (1n)


 This ‘slow travel’ journey through Iran begins in the metropolis Tehran. From the capital, take a train to desert city of Kashan. From there travel across the southern silk route to Kerman. This is the route that Marco Polo has covered. At the edge of the central desert lie the beautiful towns of Kashan, Yazd and Kerman. In the desert town of Aqda stay in a traditional guesthouse. From Kerman, the trip continues by car with a driver to Shiraz. This city of the Persian poets and parks is surrounded by Iranian history including Persepolis. The trip ends in the magisterial Isfahan, the cultural capital of Iran where three nights of stay will be a kind of thousand-and- one.

from 1549  € per person

295 € per week

21 days / 20 nights

Visa invitation | Airport transfers by private driver | local transport between cities | Accommodation in tourist class hotel with breakfast | Local service desk

Excursions : Pasargadae ,Abarkouh , Abyaneh

International flight | Visa fee | Entrance

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PersepolisPersepolis Persepolis (Pārsa) or as locals name Takhte Jamshid, founded by Darius I and later King Xerxes in 518 B.C, was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It is situated 60 km northeast of the city of Shiraz in Fars Province, Iran. The earliest remains of the formal capital of the Achaemenid Empire date Read more


AqdaAqda Located at the distance of 40 km from the Yazd – Esfahan Road in the northwest of Ardakan, this beautiful village has some historical attractions like edifices as, Haj Abolqasem Rashti caravansary, Khajeh Nasir stockade built to protect the village dwellings, Saam Castle, Hamam-e- Noe, Hulakoo Mosque, Shams Mosque and the Jame’ Mosque. some Read more


KashanKashan is a medium-sized desert town in central Iran. The name is synonymous with antiques and it is not strange because during excavations objects have been found from 6000 BC. The old center of this traditional city has largely retained its typical desert architecture. Hidden in the narrow streets are beautiful merchant houses, witnesses of a glorious past. Read more


KermanThe desert trading city of Kerman has long been a staging point for travelling between Persia and the Indian subcontinent and still is the best place from which to explore southeastern Iran. The city has a mud-brick core centered around the historic and very lively bazaar. This is surrounded by ever-expanding low-rise, blond-brick suburbs punctuated Read more


YazdYazd is located on the ancient Silk Road and has ever Marcopolo here spent the night in a Karavanseray.  The old town with its traditional houses joined together is a living monument to himself. Some so-called “friendship” alleys you cannot pass each other without having to socialize with each other. Getting lost in the Old Town is Read more


ShirazShiraz, city of poets and nightingales, located in the heart of the ancient Persian empire. Not for nothing is here beautiful parks and idyllic gardens. Our word paradise comes even from Persian. Shiraz has a wonderful climate and is a tourist-friendly city where it is nice to stay. Shiraz is a medium Iranian town south of Esfahan towards Read more


IsfahanEsfahan (or Isfahan), the third biggest city, is in central Iran, known for its Persian architecture; with ancient Islamic architecture, three UNESCO world heritage sites, gorgeous bridges, friendly locals and plenty of hidden locations to discover is one of its most cultural important or even Iran’s top tourist destination. Serving as a capital at various Read more


TehranCity of museums As compared with most of other big cities in Iran, the capital city, Tehran, is a rather newly established one. This big, populated and polluted mega city hosts some beautiful palaces and museums, namely, Golestan Palace, Sa’ad Abad Palace, Niyavaran Cultural-Historic Complex, The National Jewelry Treasury, The National Museum of Iran, The Read more